Pub and Bars in Walsingham
It is one of the oldest historic buildings in Little Walsingham and dates back to 1310. The northern end of the building was built to accommodate King Edward III on his numerous pilgrimages to Walsingham. From the 17 century The Black Lion was a coaching Inn; the oak panelled room to the right of the building hosted the petty sessions until 1861 when they were moved to the Shire Hall.The Black Lion Hotel is situated in Friday Market Place next to the Roman Catholic Church. Car parking in Little Walsingham is either in Friday Market Place or in the car park situated on Coker's Hill. The Restaurant (also open to non-residents) provides excellent cuisine with the option of a bar Menu or the full evening Aâ€™la Carte menu complimented by an extensive and carefully selected list of wines.Today the Hotel is owned and run by Theresa and Christabel; all public rooms have been reinstated to their natural glory with a dining area; leading to the rear courtyard garden the main bar and snug; plus the long bar and lounge; with open fireplace. There are seven letting bedrooms; tastefully decorated with many original features and fireplaces.
This page viewed on 1,445 occasions since 9th April 2009